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Zoe 24 Nov 17
no casualties or deaths.. but over 200 people killed in Egypt but obvs that’s not important because it was Muslims that died. Sarcasm intended. It’s quickly hushed in the media. Yall are brainwashed 🤭😴
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World Prayer Centre 14 Nov 18
Answered Prayer Wednesday Do you pray for 1,000 plus Churches in coming together for: imagine our Capital without join us in praying that this is a Turning Point for London and the 🇬🇧 🙏
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A 24 Nov 17
Why is trending when it was just panic and hearsay but over 200 have died in Egypt and suddenly everyones asleep?
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OfficialFaydeeArmyUK Nov 29
please pray for London as we’ve had a terror attacking today
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Darious Young 8 Apr 18
Please pray for this beautiful young girl. She was shot in the head in Detroit.
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Agu Irukwu 22 Apr 18
Encouraged by the number of people who have turned out today to pray on the streets of Tottenham. We stand in agreement that the bloodshed of our youth MUST stop. Join us to declare PEACE on our streets. In Jesus name.
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Graham Sep 8
Let's for Another life needlessly lost, another family ripped apart with grief
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Gemma 24 Nov 17
Don't quite get how is trending on twitter when over 150 people have just died in Egypt?
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Kayla Martz 18 Jan 18
These hashtags trended because of Isis: WHY WAIT for ppl to get slaughtered by terrorists to use a hashtag? The KURDS STOOD UP AND DEFEATED ISIS SO TIME TO
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yxs.khedr 24 Nov 17
“Whoever kills an innocent life, it is as if he has killed of humanity.” – Surat Al-Ma’idah 5:32
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Ambassadors Nov 15
At we approach the end of another working week we . Where could you be a light for Christ this weekend?
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Salesian Sisters GBR Nov 29
Prayers tonight for all who have been injured, killed or affected by the attack on
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Graham Dec 1
Let's for all impacted by the attack. Comfort and strength for grieving families, traumatised emergency workers, those who work in the area, and leaders making decisions
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Laura Collins MRICS Nov 29
Thank you to members of the public and our emergency forces for reacting the way you did. True hero’s. Thinking of the two families that won’t be able to hug their loved ones tonight and sending strength to the injured.
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Doctor YazzY 12 Jan 18
70 people were buried in Benue; it is none of your business here.. 5 people die in London; you will be the one to trend .. Etiyawere
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George Welch 24 Nov 17
The casualties of the Oxford Circus attack sounds horrific such as poor Beryl and her sprained wrist. That'll teach her to jump the barrier. Lest us never forget the fallen
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Graham Sep 21
Who would like to work with me to raise support to mobilise churches in a wave of outreach to 3 million Londoners who have no Christian friends, who live on the margins and need to hear of hope and good news...?
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ellie ☀︎ 24 Nov 17
Literally nothing happened in london and all this happens but when 200+ innocent people are murdered in a mosque in another country fuck all is said about it; society is so fucked
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SHEMZ 2 Apr 18
Really praying for all my guys and my two little brothers especially. Don’t even wanna speak anything into existence but all this killing in London right now is crazy. Keep my people safe🙏🏾
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